Remind us to start killing cooler people.
Buffy’s having a crisis of confidence, Willow is in her element, and we’ve got Deus Ex Xander in The Freshman (S4.01).
Man. Just ascend already.
It’s time for nostalgia, growing up and giant snakes as Lani and Noelle prep for battle with Graduation Day Parts 1 & 2 (S3.21-22).
What, you think Buffy’s gonna let us down?
It’s time for formal finery and feral hellhounds as Buffy saves a very special day for the Scoobies in The Prom (S3.20)
We made him an offer he couldn’t survive. Lani and Noelle celebrate everything that is badass Willow as they talk about Choices (S3.19). Download the .mp3Apple Podcasts • RSS • Stitcher Show notes:Wanna know what episode is airing and when? Check out the Chipperish...
“Buffy is all of us. We think, therefore, she is. Huh.”
You don’t have to be a mind-reader to get Lani and Noelle’s thoughts on “Earshot” (S3.18).
We, too, know the love of a taciturn man.
There’s a crappy mislead and Joyce is a gumball machine spitting out misogynistic stereotypes, but if you can get past that, Enemies (S3.17) has some bright spots that Lani and Noelle manage to enjoy anyway.
Say, you all didn’t happen to do a bunch of drugs, did ya?
We’re seeing double as Willow faces down her dark side in one of the best episodes of Buffy ever to grace the small screen, Doppelgangland! (S3.16)
We’re not looking to hug and cry and learn and grow.
It’s time for Consequences (S3.15) as Lani and Noelle process Faith’s trauma, get feels for therapy-Angel, and say a sad goodbye to Mr. Trick.
Hey, slaying’s what we were built for. If you’re not enjoying it, you’re doing something wrong.
We’re aiming to misbehave as Faith and Buffy subvert both textual and subtextual norms in Bad Girls (S3.14).